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.DEC. 13. ISStj
ISSUED ISVHRY MORNING.
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Tzjinsiont advertisics. by the day or week.
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T:ik DML.V ASIOUIA.n' irJl te eml by
mail at0 cent ampnth.frccof portage Head
tr who contemplate absence from the cUy can
have The Astokiax fallow Uicm, Daily
r VYkkkly tAition to any patil-oifict with
out additional expense. Atlarstc may Ix.
cniii'jed a often an fejral. Leave order at
J;.: cvuntlna room.
-Who is the coining man?
And now the fun begin?.
City council meets this evening.
- -The Woodhall arrived down Sun
day. One case in the Police court
The latest style in fancy stationery
-The machinery for Trullinger's
box factory has arrived.
Brilliant and beautiful; the Christ
mas and New Year cards at Adler's.
The boat shops are all busy pre
paring for the coming fishing season.
Fresh candy by the last steamer at
Tho Upper Astoria school closed
on Friday last for a vacation of one
Silverware, a new lot, by Stato of
California, at Adler's.
The Oregon managed somehow
to got Rway at 3:30 yesterday after
noon. Frank Fabro has oysters in every
style. Stew and pan roasts a specialty
The property of churches and be
nevolent societies in Washington Ter
ritory 18 to bo taxed.
Fresh lard, ot their own manufac
ture, at War en & Eaton's.
-There is enough railroad material
lying in and on the 0. E.. & H. Co's
dock to make a respectable start to
wards building a read.
Max. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't be beat.
The Fleetwood will lay up after
to-morrow to have a fresh water tank
and new -wheel put in, and to receive
a general overhauling.
Another of those fine A. IS. Chase
organs at the City Book Store.
Special attention is directed to
Holdcn's clearanco sale this morning.
Be on hand and listen to the opening
address at oloven o'clock.
.1. A. Montgomery, agent for the Ma
gee stoves and ranges. FIrst-cJnss
workmen constantly employed.
Despite the amount of building
going on we hear daily inquiries for
houses. Wouldn't it pay some of our
capitalists to put up some this season?
Tickets for the masquerade may be
procured from any member of tho
Jno. Woods, of South Bend, has
been appointed surveyor of tho lumber
"district composed of Wahkiakum,
Chehalis and Pacific counties, W. T.
Just to oblige a friend, take a look
at that doll in Adler's store and take a
chance for your little girl.
Some clever fellow tip the country
suggests to those who wear gum boots
that they have a pan of dry hot eats
to fill them with at night. Make nn
oat of this.
That magnificent doll at Adler's the
dressing of which cost S2S, is to be raf
fled at Adler's. Tho tickets, which are
T0 cents each, arc being taken fast.
The Scandinavian Olub propose
giving a hop at Liberty Hall on tho
22ni inst., andjrom thoso who are in
charge we have no doubt it will be a
very pleasant aflair.
-vAdler's glittering stock is a sight to
see b y day light or lamplight. If j'ou
are going that way you'll be sure to go
in for you can't look at tho show win
dows and uot stop.
A bellicose individual whom
Chief Barry was taking to the lock-up
Saturday night, made a lunge at that
officer with a knifes but a quick move
ment saved him any further Imrt than
a. slight cut in the wrist.
The funeral of tho lato Mrs. Gray
will take place from the Congregation
al church to-morrow afternoon. Mrs.
F. Tarbell and son, and W. P. Gray
and family came dowu last ovening;
and the other members of the family
are expected to be present in time to
attend the ob-equtes.
i Tlic following memorial to congress
passed both houses of the Territorial
Legislature on the 1st inst:
Where vs, The Governor his by
f dpecial lueaBae called the alti-nti n I
vri Wli; AJtlOLllil t LUWIIIUJJ fc tu ti.n i
instances of marine disaster which has
recently happened at Shonlwater har-
bor, and has made reference to the
inadequacy of the means thorc and
elsewhere in our territory for tho bet
ter preservation of life and property
from shipwreck; we do respectfully
memoralize Congre6s to provide our
shores with appliances nsed. elsewhere
upon the coast of the Fnited States
t for the purposes indicated and pray
that new light houses be established,
one at Chehalis ioint, ,ii xha south
side of Gray' Harbor, one stt some
suitable point fmther north and in the
vicinity of Quintal, one at Alki Point
on Puget Sound,ono at Point Defiance,
and another between Steilacoom and
Olympia; we further represent, that
the lifc-siving stations now establish
ed on the Pacific coast of the United
States be provided with paid crews as
established under the government,
and that n station be established Jit
the earliest possible hints at Ohehnlis
"Older of Chosen Friends."
C. A. Wheeler instituted "Occident"
Council No. 6. O. C.F., last Saturday
evening, with 33 charter membors.
The following is the list of officers
elected to serve the term ending .Tune
30th, 1S82: R. R. Spedden, P. C. C;
C. Brown, C. C; Mrs. E. L. Tuttle,
V. C.;F. D. Winton, Rec.; E. A.
Noyes, Treas. ; Dr. Jay Tuttle, Med.
Ex.; Dr. Frcd'k Crang, Prelate;
Lewis Hartwig, M.; Mrs. B. L. Hart
wig, W.; Frank L. Parker, G.; E. Z.
Ferguson, Sent.; and Chas. H. Stock
ton, Judge Dean Blanchard, and J.
H. DeForee, Trustees.
The regular meetings of Occident
Council will bs held on Saturday ev
ening of each week.
lion. Thos. Warman, who repre
sented Wahkiakum, Chehalis and
Pacific counties in the last Territorial
Legislature, has handed us a copy of
an act recently passed by the body,
which appear on the lira: page, and is
of interest io all concerned in the
lumber trade north of the Columbia.
Mr. Warman was chairman of some
important committees and succeeded
in getting some important measures
through and procuring tho repoal of
others, among the latter the ''fisher
men's tax.1' Wa are glad to hear
that Bagley, the Territorial printer,
got the work of codifving the Territo
rial laws, instead of "Bancroft, of San
About 1:30 a., m., Sunday morn
ing, Jas. Gourlay, cook on board th
Merwanjeo Framjee, while going on
board the vessol fell between the ship
and tho dock and was drowned. The
deceased was a native of England
aged 32 year. The body has not
The bark Corina, 80 days from
New South Wales, arrived in last
evening under tho same circumstances
as the Kirkwood some time ago
sailed in through the south channel
without either tug or pilot. The
Captain is a little bumped aout tho
The Jubilee Troupe have engaged
a quadrille band from Portland, to play
at me masquerade.
The people living at Lewis and
Clarke's aro iu a bad way for mail
facilities since the Clatsop ofiice was
discontinued. A petitiou tinned by
the tweuty heads of families in that
vicinity would give them an oifica at
tide water; the main trouble keems to
bo in getting some one to rt ks post
master. J. W. Conn has removed to tho old
stand of Warren and Eaton, opposite
It is reported, Bays the Portland
Journal of Commerce, that since the
State of California has passed into the
control of tho O. R. & N. Co. it has
been decided to make certain changes
with regard to tho route, etc. It is
understood that she will umku three
more regular trips between this port
and Sau Francisco after which she
will either go on tho dry dock or will
take the place- of tho Oregon, which
in that case would be transferred to
the Southern California route.
The above" report, although coming
from presumably good authority, can
not bo taken without some doubt a
regards the proposed change in tho
Oregon's destination, as it is said in
steamboat circles that Yillard contem
tomplates selling tho southern route
to Goodall, Perkins it Co, as he does
not consider that holding it will be of
value to tho interest he represents in
developing his Northwest policy.
Mary Augusta Dix Gray, a loved
Chnstiau daughter, sister, wife and
mother. Rom t Ballon Springs,
N. Y., Janu'ir 2, 1810, married in
Ithaca, h . V
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tae iiapwai, iter. . ti. rpaaing s i
mission statien: commenced s mission j
colinf.l .f (iftv f.i itm. Imiiilriw natlvi- 1
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children, under a pme tree, within ,,;rtof thecitr. Leave your orders on ,
two Twehb after her anivai, which the slate and "they will be promptly at
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continued during the fall and winter; j
from the pine-trei school hone she j Wllliamsnorr Jt'rojierfy. '
entered with her pupils into the j Great hatSas'Qv: offered In the
lor. nnncheon-'ieatcd and earth-floor eitv of WI!15aminort for any persons
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school house, mi :U:ircn, im.i. in tne
fall of 1839. with her liiubniid.
and two Nez Perce Indians in
chinook canoe, Jeft for the Whitmin
station, whert. -he remained, aHtUting
Mrs. Whitman in teaching her &chod,
till November, 1812; proceeded with
husband, one son and two daughters
in a Hudson Bay Oo.'s batteau, to
Ccliio, thence in an Indian cmoe by
Vancouver and Oregon City, to near
Butteville, thenco to the place selected
to build the Oregon Institute. In
1814 moved to Oregon City; in 184G
to Clatsop plains; m 1855, with fHmiiy,
to Astoria; In 1858, her husband and
one son having preceded her t Firt
Hope, B. C, she, with remaining
children, follewed: in 18G0-6L crossed
the Manson mountains to Okauagon
lake, W. T.; in 18G2 resided in Port
land till June of that year, her hus
band being engaged in freighting
goods on tho upper Colombia and
Snake rivers; in 18G3 returned to As
toria; in 1870 recrossed the Rocky
mountains, by steamer to San Fran
isco and rail to (iv York; in 1871
returned to Astoria; in 1872 moved to
the Klaskani farm. After burying
a younger sister, Mrs. Gadby of Al
bany, and attending the Oregon Pio
neer Association in June last, and vis
iting her daughter in Olympia, hav
ing suffered with a severe catarrhal
cough, she gradually commenced fail
ing and on the morning of Dec.8tk took
her seat at the breakfast table as UBual,
but soon left it for her room, her hus
band not noticing her leaving, but in
a few moments found her in her room
vomiting; shej suggested remedies
which she was accustomed t-j use, but
not having the desired effect shocontin
ued to sink; her husband immediately
sent for her son, daughter.and a doctor
from Astoria. Her husband said to
her, "Mother, are you going to lcavo
us? Are you prepared to go?" She re
plied, "Yes, if it is the Lord's will;
1 have endeavored to serve Him and
caro for my family. He will not for
sake me now.'" From that moment
she appeared to be relieved, and with
but little more conversation in refer
ence to family matters, ceased ut
tering her prayer that her children and
friends might join her iu Father's
house, not made with hands "with
our Lord and Savior," who had been
with her in all hov nanderiniM and
trials on earth.
As numerous inquiries ure. being
made by tho many friends of tho late
Mrs. Gray as to the anise of her ap
parent sudden death, b' she request
of Mr. Gray I take tlus mode of ns
wering. Mrs. Gray has shown signs of fail
ure tor some considerable, time. About
a year ago she met with u severe acci
dent, falling about six feet' .sustaining
severe injuries. Vet she has beea
nble to keep about until just bafors
her death, when billions vomiting and
diarriioja set in. Vomiting continuous
ly for sixteen hours necessarily caused,
particularly at her age, 72, exhaustion
of tho vital powers, from which cause
3Irs. Gray died.
V. Ci-.axo, M. I)
To tho Public.
Astoria, Oregon, Dec. t2, IHSI.
My name having been used in con
nection with the office of mayor, I
desire to state that I positively de
cline to be a candidate for that office.
J. W. Gkiriiart.
G S Simon S F; ED Thoni East
Portland; P .1 Martin Portland; J
Sinnott Kirkwood; Frank D Blake,
Thos Mullen, R WThompkins Knapp
ton; G W Fontier Walluaki; Mrs S G
Spear Clifton; D C Teelforce Ilainior;
John P Watson S F; Dr Sterling,
Alex Carroll Lewiston; Johti Kirnern
Portland; V W Ward and 2 clin ll
waco; D Bncimor and wf Portland;
Albert Rahles, E llayward, James A
Mr. John Rogers ottlie Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest lre.sn nsn, eic. in tueir m-uwu
Henry Vii.earh has bouglit tho
'Pacific Coast Steamship Co's vessels,
and Carl Adler has bought and brought
here the largest stock of variety good
ever opened in Astoria. Just go around
and see the vast and varied variety of
Holiday goods. It's impossible to de
scribe "the list Von are cordially In
vited to come and iee for yourselves.
The sight -will well repay a visit.
All of the choicest kinds of
the largest boxes for sale at
(1 ra y'rf.
.1. II. D.j
On after this date an nddilionui
.miifc iur ni-rt will Tw plirirffwl im flii .
"","" - ,': M" , ;. " r , ""T: . " -",
oruers mrsawcii .vuun nut huuuuiimuji-ii
bythccash.atGra;. - s wtMxl yanl. Juij
Sherman Bros. Kxprrv.
Will receive orders at tho .-tore of 1.
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-i-!i5tif rn inpntf friini nm lot to lie. J
-. . -., -..,..., for rilm, "
tdairv ranches or plpnaii: uemes: well
p nlpnifin! hnilP5 itoll ?
elevated, .situated one mile south of j
I .V'tnj-ia on i oiuri o;ii. uiui n""l'niirrT intit Ttu inn nnnnrn
graded load to iu; place, i-or turtner
intormauoii ran ai iu resilience near
The Citv Book Store hits on cxhibi
lioa oneof the lim; selection of holiday
goods ever opened, (.ail and examine
Warren & Eaton have inoved to the
corner or Hamilton and t;nenamusi
.streets iu the building formerly oeeu-j
pied by Trenchant & L p-dutr. :
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines, llauors
and San 1 rawlseo leer. call at the (Jem,
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
The price ot .subscription to The
Wr.KKi.v Astokian' has been reduced
to $2 per annum when paid in advance.
If not paid in advance the old prieeof
.';ill be charged.
P. .1. Goodman, on Chenamut street,
has ju-it received the latest and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
lK)ots. shoes, etc.
Carl Adler received another large
consignment of new and beautiful fancv
goods by the State of California. Call
around and sec them.
Fred. C. Hyde, late with Joe C.
Charters, has associated himself with
L. Older at the Parker House baths and
barber shop, AYhere they will be pleased
to serve their friends.
Julius ilalbsguth, music teacher for
piano, organ or voice culture. Cleaning
orcans will be properly attended to by
leaving orders at Adler's book and
Chas. Stevens and Son have a stock
of mouldings and moulders tools which
can be bought cheap for e.ish to close
out that branch of the business.
Xmas, New Year's, and birth-day
cards, the finest ever in the city, at the
City Book Store.
Hot. cold, and shower Baths at the
Occident hair dressing saloon, twenty
ou like, fresh candy of tcood
' II" Viiti tin nnl rit f,.ii-1 A if Inva
and get some.
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Whips, curry-combs brushes; new
steck: first class goods, cheap for cash,
Mrs. Twilight and Mrs. HUIey have
taken charge of the Pioneer Ue.Uuirant,
which has been thoronglih renovated
and rcfirtt.il. Mrs. Illsley has charge of
the cuisine, flood cofiVe a sjKjcialt .
Scotch butter. HiWsian apre-ot and
lots more of those celebrated candies
and sweet meals just reeeived at Adler's.
fresh, from the faetor.
Tho -New Testament authorized
edition revised, for twenty-five conts at
Charles Sloven anil Sons Cif Book
Circuit Court Blanks. County
Court Blanks. .lustieo Court Blanks,
Shipping Blanks, iliseellancous Blanks,
Deeds, Mortgage-., etc., for Sale at The
Davidson, photographer. Portland,
has retained all the negatives which
were taken at his branch gallery while
In Astoria, and can furnish duplicates
of the tame on short notice. Alwhis
views of Astoria, llwaco. Fort Canby,
Cape Hancock, and Young's Bivcr Falls
can le ordered direct from him or Carl
Adler, at .c(5 per doen.
YN 'tin; :ii:ccit court or
JL of Ore;w
on. for elation county
R. It. Rcunett. nlalntilt. t. Ida A. IS niiett.
To Ida a. Rciinctt. tiic:iime ii-ainru mm-
resident de'endant : I the name of the State
of Oregon you are hereby re'iuin-d m apitear
auu answer me roinpiaitii wea :tjJini xou
iu tlic above entitled court, m me above en
titled action by the above naiud 'ihtiatin.
on or before life llrst day of the nevt term
of Mild court, which will be on Tuesday, the
3d dny of January, 1SS2. If j on fail to mi ati
lear and answer for want thereof, tin plam
litf will siiMily to the ciiirt for the relief
prayed for m said complaint, which Is a de
cree dis-olvIuj! the bonds ot matrimony
heretofore and now esistim; between plaln
tlrt aiid.defeiiilant. Tliis Mimmuus Is pub
lished bv virtue of an order nrute by the
Honorable Raleigh Stott.Judqenfsnld court,
at Chamber November::, lfsi.
('. W. FULTON.
d-nt-Tu Attorney for l'lnintiff.
ST.VTK. COUNTY. AND STATf.
A School Taxes for trie
year 1881. are now
due and c;n l paid at mj olTie at theCourt
House A. il. TWOMBt.Y,
dtwtf ShorltT and Tax Collector.
City Treasurers Notice. "
TVTOTICi: I.S HEREBY GIVEN THAT
city warrants endorsed prior to Mayr.1,1
will b naid oa presentation at the Citr 1
Treasurer .'nice, and thai interest on such
w.jrr.iiit.s. iit heietofore r.dvertie!. ccae
from lUN rtati. uoeenr-ery. imi.
City I re:.Mirer.
ill AT A
"-t.7tTici: ti in:i:i.rA givkx
i.i ii.cplligoi slockho!iler.if
uaviau rackmg Co. w id be hc.M iui T;u-Mlay. ,'
Dec 13th,r.l s A. JL, a: the oihco nfsaut'
conin-uiv. fr ths purinri.- t-r ulectiujf a Board
of Directors foi thft inMiing year, and Uio
transaction of such oilier Uulmss a-, may ' Co s wnan. ranics owhiub aiu lucituju
come before the mectins. ' dLse nre hereby tiotlUcd to take their goods
B order of the I're-ddent
Upper Astoria. Nov,
TWOTU'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN!
annual nieetinj: of ihe sioekhldcrs of;
the risiiermcus ranking Conipany will b !
liflil ! t!ier cifTiei" In l.nnpr Aslririn. on li;
Mli rt-.v nf n..-!ilhci lhJ.1. sit 0 nV!(uIr it
for the purpose of electing : Bonnl r.f Diree-: lowing prices : boies In the shuck 12& ccntf
tors for the ensuing jcar. and sucli other each; nailed boxes 145; cents each, tleliv
busiues? as may come bcrore the mcetinr. ered at the Yest Shore Mills. ,,
Bv order of the PreslrionL J. C. TRL LLINGER.
d-td BENJ. YOUNG, See. Astoria. Dec. !0. 1881. d-lm
MAGNUS C. CROSBY.
'HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
Goods and Tools, i
LEAP STRIP LEAD.!
OHCCI InUft HH ARU UUrTUri!
Cannery anfl Fishermeus SnppliBS
'Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET WON, TIN. COP
PER. PLUMBING ami STEAM FITTINQ
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None but rtrst uhu-; workmen eniJoy'd.
A larj,v u-nmncnt of
B. B. FRANKLIN,
Corner Cas and .SqiHMnoqtift street.
GEO. mix, -CHAS.
Decided suc'ev. itandinjr room only.
A very large audience :e.?emb!cd 3Iond.iy.
DeCoth. to witre-ss the opening perform
ance of Hill's Varieties. Tim eutcrtalnment
i-orainenced with a brilliant lirst part. Mr.
2di!t .lohnon bfin; a er-prominent fea
ture. Keeping tht- I'udleacc iu a continuous
ro:u- or lntihtM. Mr. JIarry Glenn sane
"Little Ktnpty Cradle" with creat feeling,
and was heartily encored. Miss Lyntton
ocalizrd "ISeJl Slalion" which was well re
ceded, r.-int. bat not least, 51 r.Kohlcrcon
tnbiitd hit funny Jsiyin'-i. Thewho'e cmi
eltmed wdh the late linal
"The Skid are Out To-Day.
The oho consisted of the comical act of
,4ltat.s" niitiRlert with sonss and d:uice.
Johnson inii:s prent character of SAMIIKI.
TUE I REAL
Tuncli Jtnd Judy. 1oIhou 3lilk and
Inleh J ustlee.
Alt of which were well tendered. The mu
sicians arc, without any exceptions, the best
on litis, coast ami hao row superiors any
where cle. Performance every niRht. com
nienehii at S: open air concert at 7: en
trance to theatre on Itenton street ; private
boc- oa Cheiininu-s street.
HKAUQUARTERS Dlil'AirTJIENT OF
the Columbia. Vancouver Barracks, W.
T.. Nov. 26. 1831.
Writtea pmpo-.al 111 he received b v the
uiilcrsitued. st Vaucover Barracks, W. T.,
until March Itt, lsn2, for the risht or otclu
slc selnin tut the Fort Stevens. (Point
Adams Mditaiv Rev:r?atIon, during the
next ashing season. Tho right to reject any
or all bids, as iua be deemed hot, a re
served bv the undefslgued.
Mai. and Ass't .gt. General, Brevet Briga
dier General U. H. Army. dtf
School Tax District No. 9 Upper
fe-CHOOt. TAXES FOR THIH DISIRICT
to are now duo and iiay.ible at tho otnee oi
VM. B. ADAIR.
Clerk of lHMrictNo.9.
Attnria. Dee. .", l'Sl.
Notice of Copartnership,
ATTE. THE UNDERSIGNED. HEREBY
T t x'ue notice that we have formed a co
partaership under tho firm came of Lclnen
webcr& Cohn.to transact the business of tan
nittg, in Astoria. OrcRon.
A. A. COHN.
Astoria. Oresoii, Dee. fi, 18S1- d-S0d
i Pl'iLSOX TO MANAGE A .SALMON
A. Cannery m British Columbia. Services
required ar once. Application to be made
etter, uielnslng references anu teniw.
,s: 11 K.NhUUttiOA ttuo..
mtOTIRK IS HEREBY GIVEN UM.V1
TI (Seorsc W. Day was ucer a partner of
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' transaction wnut
O. H. WINCENT.
' Proprietor Scandinavian Hotel,
! A4nria. Oregon. Dec. S, 1351. d-.lt
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mill SHU ."MLR AN JEL FRA31GLL
X is now diicharglntf cargo at Brown &
ivrov immediately or the goods will be
stored at their risk and e-yen-c.
.l.G. Hustler. Aent.
Astoria. Dse. to. 1551.
Notice to Cannerymen.
THIRTY DAYS FROM THIS date
JC 1 w iU coulraet to mako fish boxes of sat-
I Icrnotnri' nil:ilit in 311V ClUantltVat tllO fOl
Fall and Winter 1881.
iThe largest stock of
' Astoria is now exhibited at ' i
THE ILEADINQ - -
Dry Goods i Clothing House
Fresh arrivals by every Steamer, conse
. queutly I get the
1-TiilWf-aflMKl -111 L tM laBB-SSMggaa
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
I m mm t mi irr fc 1 1 1 -nm in 1 1 n 1 1 in
g-Xo not fail to get my prices and
examine goods before purchasing.
C. K. COOPER,
I X LStorOf near Parher House, Astoria.
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
5r- JSe.il S. A
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
"SYINDOAV CORNICES AND CCRTA1N POLES
Complete in every hraneh.
IS SUI-ERIOR 10 MOM. AND I- KXOKl.l.hJ' R NONE ON THIS COAhl
JOHN HAELK, - - FKOPKEETOK,
CHENAEIUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
Cir Order lelt at the GERMANIA BEER II ALL v. ill be promptly attended to.
REDUCTION OF WHOLES ALT! PRICES.
$7 50 PER BARREL OF 30 GALLONS.
LA1COK ORDERS IN LIKE I'ROrORTION.
Less Quantities, - - SO Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - - - SI BO per Doxen
esrSpocial attention paid to uiders inmi l'ubllc Houses and Famllies.-g&
&laj Xlrcet, - - Astoria Ort;ftj- .
D Eli 6 MAX it1 KKKlti
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE AlTL'.N
tion of tho public tu the fact that the
above Market wul always ba supplied with a
FULL VA KTKTY BEST QUA MTY
FRESH AHD CURED IV1SA7S I
re-!,!.., m v. ... i . i ,0,.. ..;, uhni,t
Which will be aula at lowest rates, vnolMiie
-K1 SpPelal Btt6ntlm siTeB l0 3'JpI?,,
a'oods ever brought'
TTT DT) T m
MAY RE IUD OF
A!-o. Asvnt fir the i eh ruled"
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VAK l.H DEC'iiAKKX) WITH OCT
X rj And no terms ot peace uutil
l( 15 ecr man in n--iuii,i. u.nnurn
t.s,TtJ viiir i5 elothes
3IAJK H' MKAXY.
Etxjk at the j.rlet-s :
lants to order from - - - S8 i
I'uuts, Genuine French Casslmere - t2 TO
suits irom - -- -- -SSCn)
' The flint lin of samples on the coast to
se'eet fruin P J MEANY
J Mwastw; oppn-Jfft rrkw House, Astoruu.